New Post on Probabilistic Hough Transform.
New post: Hough Transform.
I wanted to put this post up few days ago but couldn’t get time to write. After installing Ubuntu 12.04 with UEFI switched off, I switched GPU off. I was expecting WiFi problems but I didn’t expect any problems with … Continue reading
Searching for free bathroom to bathe in cold water on a cold morning in Bangalore, well, that’s how the Design Innovation workshop started for all of us who were placed at RIE. Despite of the terrible accomodation, the workshop turned … Continue reading
After spending hours trying to figure out how to beat secure boot and UEFI to install Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, I made peace with it and installed (dual boot) Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. And as expected, there has to be some or … Continue reading
I recently purchased a new laptop. As a HP fan, I was biased to buy some HP laptop and this piece of slim beauty caught my eye. HP Envy 4 1025tx. It seemed compatible with Linux so it was a … Continue reading
I have been working on SIFT based keypoint tracking algorithm and something happened on Reddit. Kat wanted this is Python so I added this feature in SimpleCV. Here’s the pull request which got merged. SIFT KeyPoints Matching using OpenCV-Python: To … Continue reading
A Point Cloud is a set of vertices in a three-dimensional coordinate system. As OpenCV is used to work with two dimensional objects(images), PCL is used to work with three dimensional objects(3D space). Vertices usually represent X, Y and Z … Continue reading
This is the third post in the Python/C API series. In previous posts, Python/C API: #include<Python.h> and Python/C API: Reference Counting, I have shown how to extend Python with C API and importance of memory management in Python. In this … Continue reading
5th semester is finally over and let’s just say I have been to the dark side. Moving on. The most important aspect of Python is memory management. As mentioned in the earlier post of this series, PyObject* is a pointer … Continue reading